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There is a more "proactive" way, however, that is, to enter into the world of these perceived sinners in the hope of helping them out of their sinfulness.
Truly, a sinner becomes a member of the Church only because he admits that he is a sinner and submits to the Church for the confession of his sins.
Many racegoers at the Lanarkshire track will be wearing symbolic colours of white or red to define whether they are a former or latter at the annual Saints & Sinners event.
FROM SINNER Double choc chip muffin, large full-fat latte: 800 cals, 45g fat
Historic sports arenas and majestic banks are sometimes called temples or cathedrals but Richard Monette's church is the theatre and this year the artistic director of the Stratford Festival is exploring the nature of good and evil through a playbill he calls "Saints and Sinners.
Only the blameless can speak against a sinner, which pretty much empties out the square, beginning with the older and wiser members of the assembly, who realize they've been out-maneuvered.
We met some who simply refused to "publish" bad reports of sinners who would not be reformed.
13) As the prostitute converted by Christ's love in the gospels "Beata Dilectrix Christi," she was represented either as a beautiful woman holding a jar of ointment (the figure of the so-called "Myrophore": "Madalena con il vaso di unguenti," "Magdalena mit der Salbenbuchse") or, more frequently during the Renaissance and the Counter-Reformation, as a repentant sinner holding a skull ("Maria Magdalena poenitens," "Magna Peccatrix," "Die Busserin, die bussende Magdalena, die reuige Sunderin").
Sinner is my attempt not only to bring a gay audience into a scary movie but also to have them identify with the characters.
For Sinner they havecollaborated with writer Ben Payne, associate director (literary) at Birmingham Rep, in a show which lays bare through movement and text the rage which, it suggests, is shared by many more people than the few who are driven to act upon it.
Saint Sinner tells the story of Brother Tomas, a 19th century monk who unwittingly unleashes two female demons.
In the Gospel, we find two reasons to celebrate with joy: (1) God's patience to seek out the lost, and (2) the repentance of the sinner.